Posts Tagged: Malware Crypter

DIY malware cryptor as a Web service spotted in the wild – part two


By Dancho Danchev With more Web-based DIY malware crypters continuing to pop up online, both novice and experienced cybercriminals can easily obfuscate any malicious sample into an undetected — through signatures based scanning not behavioral detection — piece of malware, successfully bypassing perimeter based defenses currently in place. In this post I’ll profile a recently launched service, empowering virtually everyone using it, with the capability to generate undetected malware. I’ll emphasize on its key differentiation factors and provide sample MD5s known to have been crypted using the service. More details:

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